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  1. Bundling Interventions to Enhance Pain Care Quality (BITE Pain) in Medical Surgical Patients

    Contributor(s):: Rice, K. L., Castex, J., Redmond, M., Burton, J., Guo, J. W., Beck, S. L.

  2. Assessment of acute pain experienced by piglets from ear tagging, ear notching and intraperitoneal injectable transponders

    | Contributor(s):: Leslie, E., Hernandez-Jover, M., Newman, R., Holyoake, P.

    Suckling piglets are routinely identified to assist with their day-to-day management. A total of 120 suckling piglets were used to determine and compare the short-term pain responses to a number of identification methodologies, including: ear notching, ear tagging and intraperitoneal injection...

  3. Validation of a method for assessment of an acute pain in lambs

    | Contributor(s):: Molony, V., Kent, J. E., McKendrick, I. J.

    Acute pain following different methods of rubber ring castration and tail docking (CTD) was assessed using behavioural and physiological methods. Validity was determined by showing how accurately lambs were allocated, to their appropriate treatment groups. Six groups of seven lambs, 5-6 days old,...

  4. Animal pain

    | Contributor(s):: Rollin, Bernard E.

  5. Human direct actions may alter animal welfare, a study on horses (Equus caballus)

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    | Contributor(s):: Clémence Lesimple, Carole Fureix, Hervéy Menguy, Martine Hausberger

    Background Back pain is the cause of bad welfare in humans and animals. Although vertebral problems are regularly reported on riding horses, these problems are not always identified nor noticed enough to prevent these horses to be used for work. Methodology/Principal Findings Nineteen horses from...

  6. Assessment of acute and chronic pain after different methods of castration of calves

    | Contributor(s):: Molony, V., Kent, J. E., Robertson, I. S.

    Four groups of Ayrshire calves were castrated at 1 week of age by surgery, crushing (using a Burdizzo), rubber ring, or a combination of the Burdizzo and rubber ring methods. Responses of castrated calves were compared with those of a control group of calves which were not castrated. Plasma...

  7. Assessing pain in animals - putting research into practice

    | Contributor(s):: Flecknell, P. A., Roughan, J. V.

    Our ability to assess pain in animals in clinical situations is slowly developing, but remains very limited. In order to develop appropriate pain scoring schemes, numerous practical problems need to be overcome. In addition, we need to appraise realistically our current poor state of knowledge....

  8. Differences in the acute pain responses of two breeds of lamb following castration and tail docking with the rubber ring method

    | Contributor(s):: Archer, N., Johnston, A. M., Khalid, M.

    Charolais x and Suffolk x Mule lambs of less than one week of age were castrated and tail docked using a standard rubber ring technique. After these procedures, their behaviour was monitored for 1 h. Their respiration rates and scrotal sac measurements were also recorded. Both breeds of lamb...